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REVISED: Serves me right to suffer.. I wasn't so happy how the previous version of "Drunkin' Freedom" steeped. Here is the new recipe.
Spiced apples, buttery ice cream, with a still boozy bourbon sauce.
This is some melty good shit. I love using FLV Apple Filling and FLV Caramel together with bourbons. This time I gave Milk & Honey a go, and I love the way it works into the ice cream without being to busy. PUR Country Apple is the perfect apple for this recipe, especially with some Apple Filling. This bourbon is definitely still boozy, and I am much more happy with it now.
Sweeten to taste. I like a drop CAP SS per 10ml
Frangelico is a Hazelnut Liqueur with sweet bright notes of vanilla and hazelnut, and deep warm cocoa and coffee undertones. The texture Is on the side on creamy and rich but not thick.
Descriptionof the Liqueur:
Pronounced but delicate hazelnut.
Flavour with hints of vanilla and dark chocolate.
Smooth long finish, with fragrant back-note.
The richness of Frangelico is rooted in its origins. Made from the aromatic Tonda Gentile hazelnuts found in the Italian region of Piedmont, they are combined with coffee, cocoa and vanilla distillate and extracts for a sweet yet balanced golden elixir.
This is more like a variation on an existing recipe,an exercise on how to remake an older recipe using newer flavours,without changing the profile of the original recipe,which is this one https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/122776#almond_macarons_by_nks.The idea was suggested from me in the vape alchemists group and i guess it could be really helpful for new mixers and it could also be a kind of example on how to adjust any recipe depending on your taste buds and your flavour stash
Overall,the recipe doesn't change much,i still enjoy the older version as much as i enjoy the new.
Very creamy, nice and sweet, but it's a dark sort of sweetness; think like a dulce de leche, but not quite caramelized if that makes any sense. I don't really get a dairy or butyric acid note from this which is nice. Works very nicely in the base of a recipe as the sweet cream, as long as that dark sweetness plays well with the other elements. One thing I like about this flavoring is its uniqueness and it's fairly forgiving as long it's paired well, so you can come up with some interesting recipes using it.